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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Forte Rome
Great place to stay
I found this place by chance in the Lonely Planet and I couldn't have picked a better place if I know what I was booking ! Excellent place to stay. Very good value and extremely good location. All the staff were very helpful in booking trips for us. Would definitely come back here
Good location & value!
Great location just steps away from the Spanish Steps! On a quiet, lovely street. Very friendly and helpful staff. Rooms were good size with very nice bathrooms...shower and jacuzzi in some! Breakfast was very good. Front desk very helpful in making recommendations for dinner. They called ahead for us at some nice local places where we were treated very well when we said we were from the Hotel Forte. Would stay there again!
Great Hotel - Great location
Good hotel - The only reason i can think this is a 3* is because it does not have a pool or a permanent Bar. So what - if you want a nice clean hotel and about 10 minutes from the Spanish Steps this is ideal. I would definately reccomend this hotel and the staff are very friendly. The only wierd thing i found is that we could not control the in room A/c, because i guess it was centrally set. The room had a room safe and a small portable tv.. which we could not find a remote control.. But hey who cares! Sightseeing in Rome is superb. Make sure you go to Giolloties the top ice cream shop nearby.
Visit the nearby official "Ferrari" shop, and eat loads of Pizza.
Stay at Hotel Forte
Returning to Hotel Forte in May 2004 found the same charmingly beautiful location on via Margutta as remembered from the previous summer. The staff of this hotel goes out of it's way to provide the most comfortable accommodations for their guests. The hotel, situated on a historic quiet street between Popolo and the Spanish Steps, is a treasure. A short walk to the metro, in an area filled with history, shops, and restaurants, you will marvel at every detail of life in Centro Storico. I look forward to visiting Rome again, and when I do my hotel of choice will be Hotel Forte.
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... s family members were buried) with dirt, thus keeping the families of the dead happy.
I want to write about everything and give all the information that we received on the tour but I know I wouldn't do it justice and would probably end up making no sense. I will try to hit the highlights as best I can though! The area where Constantine covered with dirt was only recently (1939) excavated which I found to be amazing. It was all done by hand ...
We ended up on a little side street near the Trevi Fountain and stopped in for some food. PIZZA and a little Pinot Grigio to cut the heat and slake our hunger. Really good pizza. Headed toward the fountain, we were surprised to see it completely covered with scaffolding (gotta buy stock in scaffolding company in Europe) – they are doing a restoration of the fountain. Couldn’t see much, and they ...
... gladiator fights, but at first the Romans did not want to give up the customary show. In the 5th century, the games were finally brought to an end.
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